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This copy kindly provided by NetGalley on behalf of the publisher i quite liked this one, but think it s just a little too much for my 4yo He said it was a good story, although i don t think he really followed what was going on all that well as it is quite a busy little book.this book does a great job of showing kids it s not a hard thing to do to treat people the way you would like to be treated As in the book, he did it without having to think about it. Zavis DaMavis is off to school with his lunch and a few words of wisdom from his mother on how to treat others But what did his mother say Zavis can t remember her exact words As he goes through the day, helping his friends and being kind to to everyone he meets, he is already following her suggestion but doesn t realize it This illustrated story gives the readers and their parents the opportunity to discuss how they can be helpful to people all around them in small ways that will actually be a huge help I love that the writer tackled this subject with rhyming words although, at times the rhymes were not readily apparent It would have helped if the words that rhymed were consistently at the end of the sentence Perhaps, it would be fun for children to try to figure out where the rhyming words are.I think this book has an important lesson, and I recommend it to parents and teachers. An adorable book that shows that kindness has the best of all rewards Unique illustrations, very multi cultural. Review as it appears on my blog www.mommywantstoread.blogspot.comI requested this book from Netgalley because I thought the cover looked interesting and I needed to add books to the pile of books to read to my son this summer The book is about a little boy named Zavis who is basically told by his mother to treat others as he would like to be treated Zavis of course forgets what his mother said but he still helps everyone he encounters that needs help At the end of the day he tells his mother all of the people he helped and that he forgot what she had told him She of course lets him know that he did exactly what she had asked of himOk so I liked the moral of the story I like that Zavis helped people without thinking about it He just did the right thing I liked the rhyming of the book and that the book flowed nicely The biggest flaws I saw in the book was the pictures where not in proportion to the text The text took up most of the page while the picture was tiny There was still lots of room left I don t know if this had to do with it being a reviewer copy or if the final copy is like this as well My son did well with this and when I talked to him afterwards about the book he immediately understood what they were talking about He also mentioned how treating others good makes you feel good He was a bit confused by the pictures since some of the boys seemed to have long hair and he wasn t sure if they were a boy or a girl I pointed out to him how his hair is getting long and that he is a boy My son put this at a 5 I put it at a 4 star I m following my rule not a hardfast one, I occasionally make exceptions of rating the books at what my son picks So 5 out of 5 stars I received a free copy of this ebook from Netgalley in exchange for my honest opinion This book was read with my special needs son who is severely learning disabled The review reflects not only my opinion but his as well I found out that indeed it was because it was a review copy and that this is not a problem for those that purchase the book Also be sure to check out the Tweevill website at www.tweevillers.com. Harraf Namrattle is a typical young girl that likes to say exactly what she thinks without thinking about how it may affect the feelings of others One day before she goes out to play, her mother tells her to think about what she has to say, and to try to be nice Throughout the day, she comes across several situations where she thinks before she speaks and finds the nicer things to say She learns that by doing this, she can be nice and feel better about herself as well It s a good lesson of think before you speak Reviewed through Netgalley and Smith Publicity. Other than the protagonist s name, I really didn t think this story was in the style of Dr Seuss, as the blurb stated It is written in rhyme, but it doesn t have all the whimsical Seussian nonsense words or the same style of illustrations The book does a good job of showing situations in which the Golden Rule is being followed by Zavis I can see it being used by parents and teachers to start a discussion about treating others kindly and taking the initiative to help when you see a need Since all the examples take place around the school day, it would work well in an elementary school setting, but could also be used at home or in preschools and day cares I read an e book provided by the publisher through NetGalley. A good book to show kids what it means to treat others the way you want to be treated Can be used for class storytelling Note This E Book is free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. *Download Book ⇨ The Trotters of Tweeville ⇞ Harraf Namrattle Lives In Tweeville And Is A Girl Who Always Says What She Thinks No Matter What She Doesn T Seem To Understand That Sometimes Words Can Hurt Others Feelings And That Some Things Are Better Left Unsaid Today, However, Harraf S Mother Reminds Her To Think Before She Speaks Harraf Sets Out To Play Baseball With Her Friend Bo, Who Has A New Baseball Mitt What Will She Say When She Sees It Then She Meets Her Friend Hennaj, Who Has A Lemonade Stand What Will She Say When She Tries The Lemonade When She Sees Another Friend Drawing On The Sidewalk, Will She Take Her Mother S Advice And Be Nice Can Harraf Namrattle Learn To Think Before She Speaks And To Be Kind To The People In Tweeville In This Second Book Of The Trotters Of Tweeville Series, One Little Girl Works Hard To Practice Kindness And Care When Speaking To Others It is not just about Think before you speak , Trotters of Tweevile is an inspiring book in a wholesome way It teaches kid how they can overcome their shortcomings and learn to become better little persons. Makes for a great gift Gift it to your child or nephew and nieces, they will surely love it.